Interview - Amedeo Giuliani

Strongly inspired by the music and lyrics of Fabrizio De André and the songs of Francesco De Gregori, Leonard Cohen and Bob Dylan, he began to write the first compositions followed by the first performances. Amedeo, over the years, wins many important awards in Italy and publishes three albu, the last of which "Il viaggio di Chinook" released on June 25, 2021

Musical genre: 

Current line up:
Amedeo Giuliani - Voice and guitar
Adriano Guarino - Arrangements, classical and electric guitars, bass, mandolin, programming, piano, organ, drums
Fabio Petrella - Organ
Alessandra De Luca - Piano
Francesco Marranzino - Bass
Cinzia Carlà - Voices
Francesco Matteo - Percussions
Fernando Giuliani - Voice

- Il fantasma del buio    2009
- Monadi                       2015
- Il viaggio di Chinook  2021

Cohen, Dylan, De André, De Gregori, Branduardi, Guccini, Fossati, .

What your lyrics are about:
My lyrics talk about everything that revolves around me, I try to give voice to those who have none.

A live performance that you will remember for a long time:
I remember them all, including the details. But that in Calabria that evening there were so many people that a pin would not have fallen to the ground. A wonderful energy.

A funny anecdote happened on stage or in the studio:
During the recordings of the voices, after a busy day of work we came to visit some musician friends and during the acoustic break we improvised “Il Pescatore” a song of De Andrè. When you feel good together there is no tiredness that holds ... it takes little.

Your absolute favorite records:
“Non al denaro, non all'amore né al cielo” di Fabrizio De André

Tell me an album that you think you are the only one in the world to appreciate:
Maybe mine. :-) :-) :-) 
I also do not know why those that I appreciate are appreciated by many ...

A musician you would like to meet:
Francesco De Gregori or Francesco Guccini

What would you ask in your backstage if you were the most important rock artists on the planet: 
Nothing more than what I ask today... silence, something to drink and a few chairs. Maybe some fruit.

Giovanni Gagliano

Passionate about music I wrote my first article for "Given To Rock" in 2012, reaching now 30K global followers. I am also a musician, gigging around London.

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